CLEAN ENERGY WEEK
SEPTEMBER 20-24, 2021
Monday, September 20, 2021
The Value of Distributed Renewable Energy
Distributed generation sources, like rooftop solar, are being deployed at a blazing pace with multiple benefits, including the ability to lower energy costs, create a more resilient electric grid, mitigate climate change, and benefit public health. Learn what is possible with existing policy and what changes could expand distributed generation for the benefit of Wisconsin.
SPEAKERS: Elise Coulliard, Joel Charles, Michael Vickerman
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Wisconsin Clean Energy Issues and Politics
Join us for an update on clean energy issues at the State Capitol. Our panel of legislative experts will discuss current proposals including community solar, third-party financing, electric vehicle charging fees, direct sales of electric vehicles, and other emerging renewable energy topics.
SPEAKERS: Jim Boullion, Scott Coenen, James Fenley, Rep. Greta Neubauer
Friday, September 24, 2021
Building Decarbonization Opportunities in Wisconsin and Beyond
Building electrification has the potential to drastically reduce building emissions by replacing direct fossil fuel use with electricity. As Wisconsin electrifies its building sectors, learn from a panel of experts as they speak to the opportunities for building decarbonization in Wisconsin, how leveraging a cleaner grid can produce favorable results like beneficial electrification, and how we can produce more equitable results in the building sector.
SPEAKERS: Lauren Reeg, Marnese Jackson, Mike Barnett, Scott Niesen